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    Senior Member whippetkid's Avatar
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    Hi, I have just uploaded a website: http://www.23melvillestreet.co.uk
    The problem is that it is showing up fine in safari, chrome, opera but the separator image on the menu bar isn't lining up properly in both firefox and even worse in explorer. Does anyone know of some css or other code I could use to remedy this?

    Many thanks

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    getting a "Directory Listing Denied" error page... I guess you took the page down...

    first suggestion would be to validate your CSS....

    once you fix the errors there... know that browsers handle what they call the "collapse" differently if you do not define your divs heights correctly...

    if you put the page back up and provide a link to it, you might get some suggestions

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    Senior Member whippetkid's Avatar
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    Hi Webzarus, here is the link where you should find the website: http://www.23melvillestreet.co.uk.

    I took over the website and the original designer had obviously taken a template and adapted it, however it was and still is a bit of a mess. I attached a 'background image' to the div, my css isn't so strong but I am thinking it is something to do with it being 'fixed', is there another way to create the dividers between the buttons using css and no image?

    Many thanks

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    I would say don't use one big image for the separators. Use an image of a single separator, insert it as a <span class="separator"></span> in the link text, and use your CSS to position it.
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    Senior Member whippetkid's Avatar
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    Ok I understand...kind of, as my CSS skills are limited could you possibly give me an idea of the css I would use...would I define the spacing over the length of the div and in accordance with the length of the links, if so what might the css look like? Sorry for sounding stupid!!

    Many thanks


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